Hmm, well using NetBeans 8.1 the code completion does not list worldToLocal as an option.
Edit: I just pulled up my laptop and the code completion does list it as an option. I guess I must've glanced over it, I looked and looked for that and couldn't find it haha. I actually wrote the worldToLocal code for CarpeDiem, I needed it for bones which, I'm fairly certain, did not have a method for projecting from world space to local and back again.
Actually thanks @pspeed and @MoffKalast for bringing it up since I ended up breaking out my laptop and adding a new feature to the TextField. Previously text that extended beyond the visible area was clipped out and you could use the arrow keys to move the cursor left/right up/down to reveal it, but that wouldn't have been very useful on Android since, unless you have a keyboard attached, there are no arrow keys. I have it now so that it moves the cursor while the mouse button is held down over the TextField and if the mouse goes farther left/right up/down than the displayed text it will autoscroll to the previous/next line or previous/next character which makes the TextField actually usable on Android. I have it scrolling at 15 frames per second. Scrolling faster was more fluid, but probably would be too easy to scroll past whatever area the user might be trying to reach.